Last post on Aug 06, 2012 at 3:20 PM
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Hyundai Azera, Interior, Sedan
#4 of 13 Re: Rear sunshade repair Hyundai Azera [rdwestny]
Jul 15, 2012 (10:47 am)
Go to Hyundai repair site and you will find what you need to remove/repair the rear sunshade.
#5 of 13 Sunshage repair
Jul 20, 2012 (10:07 am)
Just returned from local dealership, sunshade not working, sounds like a coffee grinder.
$1300 to r & r.
They will install new gear kit for $210. including labor!!!
#6 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [excop820]
Jul 20, 2012 (12:49 pm)
good luck....the gears are probably plastic......
#7 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [excop820]
Jul 21, 2012 (7:03 am)
If the sunshade is in a position now that is not obstructing your vision, why not just forget about "fixing" it ? We've lived for over a hundred years without rear sunshades anyway. Why would you want to replace one piece of garbage with an identical one ? I say SHAME on Hyundai for foisting such a piece of cheap junk on Azera owners in the first place ! They should have used better materials . Mine has gone up ('06) Azera just twice when I inadvertently pushed the controller. I have never found a need for it . Who needs it ?
#9 of 13 I don't use it in the San francisco bay area
Jul 27, 2012 (9:12 am)
It did fail under warranty and they fixed it. After reading all of this, I think I'll just leave it alone.
#10 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [steds54]
Aug 02, 2012 (4:07 pm)
It comes in handy at night when those idiots with too bright headlamps are behind you.
#11 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [wsteinhauer]
Aug 03, 2012 (6:01 am)
Hmmm....... never thought of THAT! Good point, but, doesn't the rear-view mirror automatically compensate for the Doofus with the "too bright" lights ?
#12 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [steds54]
Aug 05, 2012 (4:21 pm)
Sometimes "too bright" is like twin blue/white lasers with a top bar of extra lights and the sunshade is a big assist...
#13 of 13 Re: Sunshage repair [gamleged]
Aug 06, 2012 (3:20 pm)
Yep! And the mentality that accompanies that "Hillbilly" conveyance is about one one-hundredth of the truck's brightness..., especially if access to the jacked-up cab is via an extension ladder...